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I have a question, I'm not exactly having computer problems, just a strange occurence that I was wondering what it meant.

I have the MSI P67A-GD53 Motherboard with an i5 2500k and 4gb G.Skill ram. When I power on my computer, I get a black screen with a blinking cursor in the top left, and in the bottom right, it shows a 2 digit letter/number combination. It shows each number for about a second or so, then once all 4 are done, the boot image comes up and everything boots like normal. Although, I think the numbers take up some of the time of the MSI image, because I only have like 1 second to hit delete to go to the bios. The numbers in question are 99, B4, 99, A3. It's not quite a problem, like I said, just bugs me.
 

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Look in the Mobo manual. It may offer some insight about the numbers/letters.
 

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I just read the manual pretty thoroughly, and nothing about it.
 

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Sounds like a boot sequence/error code check. Some motherboards have actual LED's on the motherboard that display similar codes.

I don't know if it's possible to disable or not. If it is, it may be associated with the "boot logo" which can often be enabled/disabled.
 
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